In The News
Check out these stories about AfricAid and some of our Scholars.
7/13/20 Opinion: On World Youth Skills Day (July 15), Don’t Forget the Importance of Soft Skills || InterPress Service
AfricAid Executive Director Jessica Love writes about the importance of focusing on soft skills during July 15 World Youth Skills Day.
7/10/2020 Small grant leads to big changes for Tanzanian girls || Rotary International
Long-term supporter Curt Harris writes about the role that the Evergreen Rotary Club played in giving AfricAid its start, and the difference that’s made over the last two decades.
6/23/2020 – It’s Never Too Late to Be Who You Want to Be || Say It Forward
Abbey Fluckiger, Grant Writing Fellow, shares her story about the impact of education.
4/21/2020 – How To Show a Young Women Her Worth? Give Her a Mentor || The Aspen Institute
Devotha May, Managing Director of Programs, shares the impact of mentorship.
Read about Kisa Alumna and Mentor Ellie Kaaya’s experience working with Michelle Obama to advance girls’ education.
10/11/2018 – International Day of the Girl || CBS New York
Kisa Alumna and Mentor Ellie Kaaya speaks in New York about the importance of educating girls on International Day of the Girl.
6/22/2017 – Four Denver-Based Nonprofits Making a Big Impact || Wannapixel Inc.
Wannapixel included AfricAid in a list of nonprofits in the Denver area working hard to change the lives of others.
11/08/2016- Paying It Forward In Tanzania || Huffington Post
The Huffington Post elaborates on one of our Kisa Alumnae who is making a difference in her world and paying it forward.
The Denver Post speaks on the benefits of the Posner Center in Denver and the organizations it supports; including AfricAid.
7/24/2015- Building Resilience in Tanzanian Secondary School Girls || Huffington Post
The Huffington Post dives into the grueling process of getting a higher education in Tanzania, and how the Kisa Project better prepares women for that endeavor.
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